Sony will discount more than 100 PSP games over the next month on the PSN Store.
While there's no new content to be had, the EU PlayStation blog lists over 50 PSP games and minis discounted "to show you that PSP is still alive".
The current deals last until 7th September, when another list of PSP classics get a price drop.
Games industry analyst Mike Hickey has said a Grand Theft Auto V announcement may be on the way - and that it could be made before E3 kicks off in June.
"There is building suspension for a pre-E3 GTA V announcement," he said, as reported by Industrygamers. "Although we expect nothing from Rockstar at this year’s official E3 event."
Rockstar is more likely to hold a separate press event and make the announcement independent of any publisher conferences, apparently. That's because GTA V really is kind of a big deal.
Former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith has claimed videogames are messing up the kids with their crazy violent ways.
Bonkers convict Jonathan Lee Riches has filed for a temporary restraining order against Take-Two, Rockstar, and the "newest Grand Theft Auto games", claiming inmates who played the titles will knock him out and steal his "gold Jesus cross".
Rockstar has denied reports it almost gave the go-ahead to a Grand Theft Auto film last year, saying the company is "not interested" in bringing the series to the big screen.
Rockstar has cleared the charges against Vice City Stories this afternoon, confirming that the game will retail for GBP 19.99 when it launches on 9th March, which leaves you enough spare pennies to start your very own crime syndicate.
Originally a PSP game, it will be ported to PS2 and feature enhanced graphics as well as improved draw distance and overall performance.
Like Liberty City Stories on PlayStation 2, which was also ported from PSP, it won't feature a multiplayer mode - something Rockstar is keen to do, but only if it's done properly.
Rockstar has finally announced a PlayStation 2 version of PSP hit Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories.
Relentlessly rumoured in recent weeks, the PS2 port has clearly been in development for a while, since it's due out in a month's time - on 6th March in the USA and 9th March in Europe.
Rockstar hadn't commented on any additions or pricing specifics at the time of publication, but if it's in keeping with its Liberty City counterpart, then expect a cheaper-than-usual cover price and the loss of the PSP's multiplayer options.
Rockstar is keeping quiet about the possibility of a PlayStation 2 version of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, despite seemingly relentless rumour and speculation. Having already featured (albeit briefly) on the American ratings board ESRB website, before being pulled, the game has now shown up in the PS2 section of the PlayStation.com website. And been pulled. Rockstar has since said that it won't comment.
Rockstar can't confirm or deny reports that Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories is on its way to PlayStation 2.
With the game due to launch over here on 3rd November, Rockstar has released another trailer for Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories on PSP.
Showing on Eurogamer TV now, it traces its way through elements of the story with Phil Collins, of all people, drumming and singing his way along in one of the cut-scenes.
As you'll know if you've been keeping track, VCS brings us face to face again with Lance Vance - although we'll control his younger brother, Vic, who has to try and make it for himself in the Miami-esque town after a spell in the military.
Rockstar Leeds studio head Gordon Hall has made positive noises about the possibility of San Andreas eventually appearing in a GTA game on PSP.
Rockstar has confirmed that Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories won't be appearing in shops till November now.
With Vice City Stories' October 20th release date just a month and a half away, Rockstar has kicked off the inevitable promotional campaign with a trailer and a website launch.
The former you can check out on Eurogamer TV now, while the latter sheds a bit more light on the game's setting and characters, and confirms - though doesn't elaborate on - the presence of Liberty City Stories-esque multiplayer options.
According to Rockstar, Vice City Stories will be set in 1984 and stars Vic Vance - the brother of Lance Vance from Vice City - and sees the player thrust into a world where the drugs trade is starting to take root thanks to helpful economic conditions.
Rockstar shed a tiny bit more light on Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories this week, revealing that it will cost $49.99 in the US and £34.99 in the UK, and releasing the box artwork for both territories.
Rockstar has announced Vice City Stories, a new instalment in the Grand Theft Auto series exclusive to the PSP, which will be available in the UK on October 20th.
The next instalment in the Grand Theft Auto series will be titled GTA: Vice City Stories - at least, that's if three new applications filed with the US patent office are anything to go by.